This 2017, why not use your professional skills, expertise, or time to help those with physical disabilities. To help you get started, we’re providing some great resources for volunteering.
Have a volunteer story about how you made a positive impact in the life of someone with a physical disability? Let us know!
Ways to Give Back to the Physically Disabled
Enter your zip code to find local offices in your area that need volunteers. Needs range from supportive living services to in-home support services (assistance with personal care, money management, etc.) to specialized services (nursing care).
Are you physically disabled or less abled to participate in traditional volunteer opportunities? Help from Home allows volunteers to give back within the confines of their own physical limitations.
Find volunteer opportunities in the Raleigh-Durham area of North Carolina – both suited for those with physical disabilities to volunteer or for those who wish to volunteer to help those with physical disabilities.
Take your love for volunteering to another level by volunteering outside of the USA. This program is especially geared at empowering those with disabilities to volunteer.
Service Leader.org [https://www.serviceleader.org/virtual/working]
This site provides valuable information and suggestions for working successfully with volunteers who have disabilities – from ensuring that you provide adequate accommodations to conversations.
This program is focused on disabled care volunteer abroad programs that benefit children and teenagers with physical/mental disabilities.
Network for Good offers a number of ways to help people with disabilities. Search for volunteer opportunities with organizations close to your home.
Find great nonprofit causes close to home that benefit those with physical disabilities. Simply begin by typing in your city and state.
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